The RedByrd Coffee Shop

4348 Old Hillsboro Rd, Franklin
(629) 333-2271

Recent Reviews

Jimmy Vestal

Talk about a hidden gem. I’m just gonna parrot what everyone says about the friendly owners and the atmosphere. We’re usually out and about on Saturday or Sunday afternoons and this has become a favorite stop. Having recently relocated to Mid TN this is exactly the type of place we look to frequent. Great coffee, great treats, and great conversation. The owners couldn’t be nicer. I personally recommend the blackberry mocha, aka Papa Byrd.For those who complain about the wait, we’ve never waited more than 10 or 15 minutes, usually well under that. If you drive by a food or drink establishment and there’s a line that should tell you something. If you want the green queen you can find that in Franklin. But if you’re in a hurry on Leiper’s Creek Rd you’ve got bigger problems.Looking forward to our next visit!

Amy Burritt

Cute coffee tiny house and friendly baristas! The vanilla lavender latte is amazing!

Charlie Scott

The product is good enough, but I don't know how the service could be any slower. I plan to never wait in line that long for coffee again. In my opinion, they need to try multitasking.

Gary Guest

Loved it!! Super friendly and down home. Oh......the coffee was awesome also!! Highly recommended!!

Whitney Pent

I had the most amazing oat milk cardamom rose latte, I think it might have been the best latte I have ever had! Can’t recommend this gem more!

Dug Unlisted

This is the best place to get a good cup of coffee. Latte and related specialty java drinks. It is located NEXT. To s shell gas’ station. Picnic tables. Covered outside seating and a nice big grassy area for the kids to run around in while you enjoy a beverage. The people are friendly and know the area.

Brandon Jones

FANTASTIC COFFEE, FANTASTIC OWNERS, SUPER FUN VIBE AND AMBIENT ATMOSPHERE, in this tiny house rendition of a coffee cafe…Kyle and Sadie are super friendly and welcoming, keep their store inside and out super clean, and really put their heart and soul into the product that they produce…So, from a first impression standpoint, GREAT, follow that through the observations of cleanliness and a sanitary environment, GREAT, all the way through the first and last sips of their creations, GREAT…Take note fellow business owners out there, this is how to make a business successful! Good Fresh Product, Great Service, Cleanliness at the Visual and Microscopic Level, and Good Marketing and Ambient Vibes… That’s all it takes to make a business successful! Crazy how few out there can get it right! Good Job guys!

Dug Unlisted: Master Guide

This is the best place to get a good cup of coffee. Latte and related specialty java drinks. It is located NEXT. To s shell gas’ station. Picnic tables. Covered outside seating and a nice big grassy area for the kids to run around in while you enjoy a beverage. The people are friendly and know the area.

Tina Maria Adams

It was the best iced Vanilla Lavender Latte I’ve ever tasted. The service was excellent and they actually have fun chatting with their customers making even newbies like me feel like old friends. It definitely exceeded my expectations and I love that everything they do is to spark joy…

Michael Aron

Great people, great coffee. There's a line because the experience is worth the wait. Highly recommend!

Amy Terry

I cannot believe I happened upon this place while my husband and I were on a bike ride through Natchez Trace! I was the last customer of the day! Best coffee experience I have had and the owners are adorable !!

Altered Vector

Can't find lattes this good anywhere in Franklin much less the Fork. They know their beans and take pride in their creations. Growlers of cold brew now available. Yay!!

Tara Allen 51

Custom, hand-crafted tiny home located in Leipers Fork serving up "Joy", coffee, and baked items, to include organic scones and breads. The owners bring joy as well with great conversation and authenticity. You will hear their music playing as you wait for your coffee and can purchase CD's to be autographed. You can also watch the story of this concept on, "Tiny House, Big Living," Season 8, episode 13.

tarantinobicycles

Awesome place! This was my first stop while riding my bicycle on the Natchez Trace from Nashville, eventually finishing in New Orleans. The cinnamon scone and Papa Byrd mocha were the perfect pair for the chilly morning ride. Total distance from the Trace was just over one mile and was well worth it. Highly recommended!

Ben&Abigail Flanagan

Great place to get a good cup of coffee and let the dog roam a bit while on a beautiful country drive.

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